28128-248 TWP RD 412- $424,500 

Are you looking for that ultimate lake lot, a place to get away with the family? Look no further. This 0.82acre parcel holds a premium location near Wilson’s Beach on Gull Lake, steps to the beach & boat launch. With a ton of southern exposure off the rear deck, you’ll never want to leave. Surrounded & partly covered with mature Pine, Spruce, & Willow trees, making this a very private location. Experience the tranquility while soaking your feet off the small bridge crossing the seasonal stream than runs along the south perimeter of the lot.

Head inside the home to explore what else this property has to offer, 1904sqft of living space, 2 bedrooms up with a 3rd downstairs, 3 bathrooms, & an open…

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18 Aurora Heights Boulevard Blackfalds, AB - $292,900 

Attention first time home buyers! This Silverstone built walkout has the functionality you’re looking for, with 1224sqft of room on the main floor, off street parking & a fully fenced backyard for the kids. Book a showing to see what this family home has to offer; 3 bedrooms up with an option for a 4th & 5th bedroom downstairs, 2 bathrooms, & an open concept floor plan for entertaining. 

The kitchen boasts beautiful dark cabinetry with soft close drawers & doors, tile backsplash, stainless appliances & center island with sink. Vaulted ceilings atop sleek & modern grey laminate flooring compliments the main floor, which is brightened by plenty of windows north & south. Relax…

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January sales the best in at least five years

Central Alberta house sales got off to a running start in 2021, soaring 54 per cent in the region — by far the best January in at least five years.

There were 333 homes sold across the region last month, up from 216 a year ago, according to statistics from the Central Alberta Realtors Association. The next best January in the five years of statistics posted on the association’s website was 241 homes in 2018.

In Red Deer, home-buying enthusiasm was just as high with 100 houses sold — up 45 per cent from the 69 sold in January 2020. The next best year over the past five was 2017 when 88 homes were sold.

Red Deer County’s 62 sales was double the 31 from a year ago.

The fast start is good news…

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